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Consumers have until August 2019 to submit new complaints for mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) after a deadline on all claims was announced by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) today.
According to the industry watchdog the deadline will ‘encourage consumers to decide whether to act about PPI’ and will... Read more
Q: How can I reclaim the tax paid on my invoice?
A: If our investigations into your finances show Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) was added without your knowledge or added despite the cover being unsuitable for you then you may receive an offer of compensation from your lender.
Once you have accepted this offer you will receive an invoice outlining our fees as per our terms and conditions, as well as... Read more
Royal Bank of Scotland and Barclays have been hit with more misconduct charges by the Swiss Competition Commission for their role in interest rate rigging.
COMCO found the UK banks to be amongst a group of financial firms involved in ‘cartel’ behaviour and manipulating inter-bank interest rates.
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Record numbers of people are checking their finances for mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) with The Fair Trade Practice, with the number of our customers being offered compensation at an all time high.
Our ethical approach, which sees 98%* of all our new customers recommended to us by someone they know, has allowed us to help more customers than ever before and produce a record number of lender offers as a result.
That... Read more
The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) expects to handle a record number of Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) complaints in 2017 according to its plan for the coming year.
In its ‘Plan and budget 2017/18’ report the Ombudsman says it expects to resolve 360,000 PPI complaints in total next year, more than double what it has been... Read more